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Special Edition: The Globes

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

One of Spokane’s favorite exports, The Globes came back home to play to a full house of friends and family at Caterina. The guys are playing as a four-piece, but the sound is still dense with atmospherics. They’ve got a new EP in the final stages, which should be ready in time for their return in July. The band formerly known as For Years Blue never fails to impress, and this set is more proof.

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